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Toni3
17-10-05, 01:09
Hi there

You all live in a kind of comunity, so my question is directed to all.

Should men do housework and what can (not) they do - can only women get those things done propper?

From both view sides!

Urata
17-10-05, 04:40
Of course men should do half the housework if their wives also work full time outside the home.
Should a real man do housework? The answer is up to you, but first define a real man.
A real man strives to do whats right. A real man is confident of his masculinity and is not swayed by media stereotypes. A real man is responsible, and takes care of his familys needs. A real man will do housework, so that his spouse doesnt burn out. A real mans wife feels loved, and his children are secure.

Krokodilli
17-10-05, 07:41
Hi there

You all live in a kind of comunity, so my question is directed to all.

Should men do housework and what can (not) they do - can only women get those things done propper?

From both view sides!

Hi Toni3....

Should men do housework....
totally agree that man should do housework,,,, depending on the
situation...
if husband and wife they both work full time,, then in that case they pay someone to do the work for them... or they do it together when at home.....
or if only wife works and husband is at home,, he should cook, clean do all the housework that needs to be done........
same with the woman,,, if shes got no job,, the husband works,, she has to do the housework,, clean, cook etc etc...

shko thuj burrit ne Kosove le te gatun buken,, le ta maron gjellen,, le ta fshin oborrin,,,,,,, (harrova nime se shumica si lan grat me punu hiq )ma para rrin pa as $1 ne gjep,, se me qu grun me punu e vet mi kry punt e shpis :lol:

p.s
(jo te gjith jan njesoj)

Toni3
17-10-05, 14:15
I agree with La Costa and Urata :)

Urata
17-10-05, 15:10
Kroki & Urata are virtual siblings... :D ...

Krokodilli
18-10-05, 06:30
Kroki & Urata are virtual siblings... :D ...

:)

Kupid
18-10-05, 13:17
If you want it done right, do it yourself. Every time I wash the dishes, she does them over again. I do the yard work and repairs and I do the shopping. If she needs help with the other chores, all she has to do is ask (ok maybe yell a little, too). When you're single, you learn to do laundry, cook, and clean house so why should a man forget how when he's married? I wish I had a sugar momma so I could stay at home.